Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: active commuting, bicycling, bicycling and the law, biking, child cycling, Colorado, cycling infrastructure, Safe Routes to School, urban biking
House Bill 14-1301 will direct $3 million to keep the statewide child health and safety program alive following the end of dedicated federal funding.
The program has proven to improve safety for children around schools and to increase their daily exercise through biking and walking to school.
A broad coalition of groups is endorsing this bill along with Bicycle Colorado: LiveWell Colorado, Colorado Health Foundation, American Heart Association, Children’s Hospital Colorado.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Arizona, bicycle, bicycling, bicycling by children, bicycling safety, Bike accidents, child cyclists, curb-cut jungle, industrialized cyclist, kids on bikes, Mesa, pdf, police reports, Safe Routes to School, suburban areas, suburban cycling, suburbia, traffic accidents, transportation, urban cycling
Especially in suburban areas. Here’s Mesa, AZ 2005.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: active commuting to school, autism, Boulder, Heatherwood Elementary, Omro Middle School, Safe Routes to School, SRTS, transportation
This school in Boulder apparently has some very cool teachers and parents.
…In just three years, Heatherwood Elementary’s walkers and bicyclists jumped from 12 percent to more than 43 percent of the school.
And, to recognize the importance of including all students in their program, Heatherwood’s SRTS coordinators made a special effort to the school’s autistic children in the district-wide Bike to School Day.
via US DOT official propaganda arm: Colorado’s Heatherwood Elementary and Wisconsin’s Omro Middle School earn 2011 Safe Routes to School Award – Welcome to the FastLane: The Official Blog of the U.S. Secretary of Transportation.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: active commuting, active commuting to school, childhood obesity, House of Representatives, House transportation bill, Kaiser Permanente, Safe Routes to School, Scott Gee
Kaiser’s Scott Gee in SF Gate, playing the health angle: